(paradox)What happens when an immovable object is met by an unstoppable force?
Division by zero.(also a paradox)
let me explain the paradox (plural) in this case.
"Q1" is assuming an immovable object and an unstoppable force exist. while neither do this is an invalid statement.
"A1" is assuming that 0 has a value which it does not and somthing without a value whether positive or negative. this is like trying to dive a pie into a negative infinie amount of pieces, which would not divide but multiply infinitly, exponentialy expanding the pie till it filled the whole universe (another paradox) assuming the universe is finite.(fixes the paradox)
(paradox) What happens when two unstoppable forces collide?
Again, as in "Q1" an unstoppable force does not exist, assuming it did (paradox) two forces that collided would ultimitely be negated again proving that there is no such thing as an unstoppable force because if they are both unstoppable they have the same force velicity and mass. when two objects of equal density velocity and mass collide the stop in place, thus rendering both unstoppable forces and efficiently stopped.
on the other hand being unstoppable in deffinition, one could assume they would not stop at the collision but pass through eathother leaving in there wake a space of emptyness creating a black hole. which in its self is an unstoppable force (paradoxes all around)